The company said it suspended a longtime partner that had used data from Facebook and other social networks to assist governments -- including Russia, Turkey, and the U.S. -- in monitoring public sentiment.
These start-ups aim to jump-start a generation of leaders in state and local governments, which have suffered from cutbacks in entry-level jobs, reduced training budgets and the perception that they are bureaucratic places to work.
Facebook said Friday it suspended a longtime partner that had used data from Facebook and other social networks to assist governments in monitoring public sentiment, a more cautious approach in the wake of a data privacy scandal.
The largest collection of Russian disinformation tweets reveals a strange surge on Oct. 6, the day before Wikileaks first released the emails stolen from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. This has fueled a mystery: What were the trolls up to? And why did they target mainly left-wing Twitter users?
Corporate leaders are failing to explain to their employees why having women in leadership positions is good for a company’s bottom line, according to a study. This could cause employees to tune out of corporate diversity efforts.
President Trump told CNBC he’s “not thrilled” the U.S. central bank under Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is continuing to raise interest rates, suggesting they may undercut his efforts to grow the economy. “I don’t like all of this work that we’re putting into the economy and then I see rates going up,” he said.
“Hiring deaf people or people with disability should not be viewed as a charity but as a way to improve a corporation’s reach across different segments of the market," said Howard Rosenblum, chief executive of the National Association of the Deaf.